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Tagline For Beauty Salon
Posted by Anonymous on
7/10/2009 at 6:32 AM ET
I am trying to come up with tagline for a beauty salon that caters for men and women.
What do you think of:
Make your body smile
Let your body smile
Any advice or suggestions would be much appreciated!
7/10/2009 at 7:30 AM
Unless your definition of a "beauty salon" is more encompassing that just /cutting/styling hair, the way you're using "body" in both of your proposed taglines seems inappropriate. You're working from the neck up. Typically, "body" refers to the area from the neck down.
"Creating a new you" might work. So would "Creating an exciting you," but that would be more appropriate for women than for men.
Anyway, here's hope I've helped some...
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7/10/2009 at 7:48 AM
Thanks for that. In Europe a 'beauty salon' provides services such as hair removal, facials, massages etc rather than hair styling. That's why I use the word 'body'.
7/10/2009 at 2:38 PM
Can you provide me with the name of the salon? Would like to make sure the tagline is perceived appropriate with the name- thanks!
7/10/2009 at 2:55 PM
Hi there. It's called Bodalicious. So it would read: Bodalicious - make your body smile
7/11/2009 at 3:43 AM
"Let Your Body Breathe"
"Smile Of Your Body"
"Because Your Body Needs More"
"Styling Up Your Body"
7/11/2009 at 8:55 AM
"Make/Let Your Body Smile" doesn't work for me because after hearing "Bodalicious", I don't know what your business is. After hearing the tagline, I still don't. Therefore, the tagline needs to help explain a key benefit of your business.
* A Beauty Salon For Men And Women (boring but clear)
* A Beauty Salon For Everyone
* The Beauty Salon For Cool Crowd
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